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Next comes the filling. Fuchsia shows me how to mix some pork mince with Shaoxing wine (available from Waitrose), chicken stock, sesame oil, half an egg, ginger-infused water and quite a lot of salt. Then, Chinese chives – similar to normal chives but thicker and more “vegetably” – are finely chopped and added. “The beauty is that the filling can be anything you like,” says Fuchsia, as she combines the mixture with her fingers. “Chinese chives can be found in Asian supermarkets, but you can swap in other things.
All is right in the world when you drink this little concoction of mine. It will be sure to warm your belly and add cellulite to your hips. Gotta love the Holidays. My jeans are already getting too tight, but that did not stop me from drinking this whole glass of Nutella Hot Chocolate with homemade whipped cream. I hope you guys are still not buying the pre-made “whipped topping”.
The recipes below are a collection of my own experiments (the successful ones of course), contributions from friends and family, excerpts and adaptations from cookbooks and generally bits and pieces from the world of food blogs and online recipe collections. For those I have adapted recipes from, thank you for being an inspiration. If the divine creator has taken pains to give us delicious and exquisite things to eat, the least we can do is prepare them well and serve them with ceremony. - Fernand Point <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Pizza, Pasta & Garlic Bread
Vegetables & Sides